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Giveaway of the day — Audio Record Wizard 6

Record streaming audio from any web site and save recordings as high quality MP3 files! Get your FREE copy of Audio Record Wizard on GOTD.
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Audio Record Wizard 6 esteve disponível como oferta em 25 de janeiro de 2013

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Este software de gravação de áudio pode gravar qualquer som no seu computador como arquivos MP3/ WAV/ OGG/ FLAC. Ele também provê Voice Activation System, File Length Limitation System e Schedule para ajudá-lo a gravar programas de áudio online mesmo que você não esteja no seu PC!

Requisitos do Sistema:

Win 8, 7, Vista, XP

Publicado por:

NowSmart

Página Oficial:

http://www.nowsmart.com/streaming-audio-recorder.html

Tamanho do arquivo:

7.71 MB

Preço:

$24.99

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#1

I want to tell you tell you that I have just installed it within the deadline of the GOTD offer - and it is the trial version. It requires you register (buy it) to use if you want to record more then 3 minutes. It does not sound like GOTD offer to me.

Responder   |   Andrea  –  7 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
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#5

@1 You can always set your Windows Sound Scheme to "no sounds" while recording and not get all the dings etc in your recording.
Just a thought...

Bozeke  –  7 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+147)
#4

Excellent program today with professional recording features designed to record in real time pretty much any audio coming from your PC (sound from a microphone, media player, website etc...), since it works directly via its sound card. It can also record any sound directly to MP3 format saving you tiume, space and well... money.

THUMBS UP from me!!

So does this mean I would spend 25 bucks for a program like this?

Hell NOT...LOL!!!!


- PORTABLE Audacity (because PORTABLE is better, you know??):
http://portableapps.com/apps/music_video/audacity_portable

- FeyRecorder
Awesome free Audio Recording and Text-to-Speech converting program: LET'S HAVE FUN DUDES...for FREE of course!!)

http://www.feytools.com/products/feyrecorder.html

- Acoustica Basic Edition
http://www.acondigital.com/us_Acoustica1.html

- Sound Recorder
http://glmet.codeplex.com/releases/view/98990

- X-Amp (==> great for music fans)
http://www.maxximate.com/

But, what if you wanted to capture sounds from other programs rather than what you hear??

The superb freeware SOUND LEECH can do this for FREE (works on W7 also)!!

http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Audio/Audio-Editors-Recorders/Sound-Leech.shtml

Besides that, there is also an excellent FREE software called FREECORDER 7, I highly recommend you using, designed to record WEB (streaming)AUDIO & VIDEO files, and then save them on the HD of your PC as you hear or watch them!!

Please note that this is a revolutionary new browser-based video/audio recording and conversion program, enabling users to save and even convert any kind of videos and audios from over 1000 sites.

And it can automtically create MP3s files from ANYTHING you hear on your PC, including radio, worldwide TV channels and even Skype calls!!

http://freecorder.com

FULL TUTORIAL:
http://freecorder.com/fc7/user-guide/

So, once again ==> KI$$ YOUR WALLET GOODBYE: sounds good, doesn’t it dudes??

Ciao
Giovanni

Giovanni (I live for FREE!!!)  –  7 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+139)
#3

Pros
*Record any sounds you hear coming from your computer
*Allows you to record streaming audio from any site like Pandora, YouTube, or LastFM
*Allows you to record sound from videos
*Can record sounds via a microphone
*Captured audio can be saved as MP3, WAV, OGG or FLAC
*Set up custom hotkeys for quick recording
*Place your own custom limits on recording (either by size or time)

Cons
*The program picks up all sounds coming from your computer. So if your computer beeps or dings at you… it picks it up. In other words, there is no way to tell the program to record sound only from a particular video or website.

Free Alternatives
Audacity

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Ashraf from dotTech  –  7 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+112)
#2

On Windows vista/7/8, click 'speaker' in the system tray, then 'mixer', then you can mute unwanted sounds while recording.

lbxx  –  7 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+88)
#1

Last time I checked Audacity was NOT HD Aidio aware and could only record from discrete input devices, which makes it practically useless for recording the output of programs on any windows vista and above machines with nutered sound-chips or drivers that exclude a sound-mixer or wave-out input to enable loopback recording of the sound we hear.

This allows selection of input AND output "pins" of the installed windows audio devices so can select the speaker outputs as the record source. It does apear limited to a single stereo/mono sound source so will not record from multiple sources at the same time, so cannot for instance record from michrophone AND speakers at same time to record a two way conversation or voice-over to streaming DJ mixing session. OR a backing track AND ones vocals, or a backing track AND ones real musical device input via line in and vocals via mic in... and the whole lot recorded to the same multi-track container file, an AVI file can handle multiple audio streams in the same container file if one wants to avoid propietary formats and windows media player will normally downmix such multi-track AVI files into stereo output for listening.

It also apparently imposes a 2,000,000,000 byte limit on the recorded file length which is not a necesary limit on modern file formats, it mitigates it a bit by offering to auto-create a new file when the limit is reached but with modern systems like this is built for a 2G file length limit is not called for.

It is also limited to a maximum sample rate of 48K which is low by modern standards. I see no facility to select the sample bit depth, so must assume it is fixed at 16-bit even where the sound source is set for 8 16 24 bit integer or 32 bit float.

There apears to be no restriction on running multiple instances of the program and assigning each to a different input/output device but yet to see if there is any way to completely synchronise the commentcment of recording across 2 or more instances. I am hoping all will trigger from the same user definable record hotkey event but to make hotkey definitions stick across the manditory restart after assigning them the program MUST be executed with elevated rights or else it will not be able to register the hotkey assignments. It does correctly refuse to assign already registerd hotkey combinations.

I just tried to use assigned hotkeys to record on two instances simultaneously and only the first loaded instance started recording so looks like there will be no single key press multi-instance recording start/stop event... probably will have to be a distributed tone system to each sound source to synchronise the start event, if that is even practical.

It also does have a command line record function but the almost complete lack of reference documentation leaves that to be an exercise for the end user to guess how to use as I can find no obvious or less than obvious documentation, built in, online or otherwise.

On file autonaming macro strings I'd like to have a macro that defines the selected recording device name and another for its selected Input/Output pin name. So I can have auto generated unique names for multiple instances recording into the same folder all started at the same time from different I/O devices, and have them downmixed/dubbed in an external mixer/editor application at a later date.

I note the recording duration counter only has mm:ss and no hours position but not to worry, it has added hour digit on the 60th min of recording. I suspect that is by accident of runtime library handling of time than by design.

Another potential improvement would be to be able to hook into the outputs of the Vista and above Volume Mixer whereby the output of just the chosen application/s can be selected. Without having to mute the unwanted application sounds to keep them out of the recording. But I suspect that would be quite problematic in practice with applications sometimes crashing causing the input device to vanish mid recording, of course that can be catered for by simply stopping the recording with an optional alert of some kind.

I think this application shows promise but has the need for a few more advanced features (at least the ones mentioned above) and the removal of some of the develper imposed limitations and some serious local and online documentation of ALL the current facilities including the command line interface.

TK  –  7 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+77)

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